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More CT employers issue bonuses in wake of tax reform

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford and Massachusetts lender Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc., with Hartford operations, have joined the cavalcade of Connecticut employers extending bonuses to their workers and raising pay in...

The Hartford CEO: More work needed before insurers make good on $50M pledge

Greg Bordonaro |

The CEO and Chairman of The Hartford said Friday that his company and two other Hartford insurers are still committed to investing $50 million in the city over five years if policymakers develop a...

CT extends health care coverage for kids through February


Connecticut officials have pushed back their deadline to end health care coverage for more than 17,000 children and teenagers to Feb. 28 because of partial funding approved by Congress before...

Healthcare Cabinet lays out drug cost strategies

Matt Pilon |

The state's Healthcare Cabinet has issued a draft list of legislative and other priorities aimed at tackling rising prescription drug costs, which affect government, consumers and companies alike.

CT firms give bonuses, raise starting pay

Gregory Seay |

Three more Connecticut employers are granting workers one-time bonuses and raising starting pay in the wake of the recent federal income-tax reform.

Political uncertainty brings unpredictability to health care

Matt Pilon |

Health care is ever shifting and evolving, but 2018 could bring more uncertainty and change than usual for the industry.

Travelers Cos. President MacLean retiring in March

Patricia Daddona |

The Travelers Cos. said Monday its President and Chief Operating Officer Brian MacLean is retiring March 31 and will not be replaced.

Congress must preserve CT employers' right to self-insure

Brooks Goodison |

Connecticut health insurers recently announced their 2018 premiums. Employers won't like them. Rates for some small business plans will rise more than 25 percent. That follows an average increase of...

Cass looks to maintain American Nuclear Insurers' expertise pipeline

John Stearns |

If there ever were a catastrophic accident at one of the country's 99 commercial nuclear reactors, a small office in Glastonbury would handle the significant insurance claims likely to follow.

New association to recruit more African-Americans to CT insurance industry

Christopher Hoffman Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

During her 21 years in the insurance industry, Ngozi Nnaji has often found herself the only African-American in the room. It's not something she wants the next generation of black insurance...

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